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1. what is known about a topic
under science education and components of agriculture, there are topics like principles of crop production where alot of conservation methods of farming are emphasized reasons why farmers should use them. There is also environmental education where the ecosystem is covered and how best we can conserve water for future use. Chemistry and physics also deals with issues to do with climate change.
(b) what is not yet known about a topic (in this case, climate change in Southern and reasons Africa).
The depth of the impact of climate change and how serious the preventive measure must be be taken.There are few practical examples of those who have succeeded for example by practicing conversation farming methods which sensitive to climate change. Many people still think that its a living punishment farming like that and would rather remain the way they have been before. The benefits of farming and other activities which are environmental friendly in nature are not much emphasized.
Use these videos to review what is currently included in your TE/TVET subject curricula on climate change in southern Africa, what is missing, and how you can review your curriculum to improve it.
the curriculum should include a well co-ordinated way of disseminating information from teacher educators through the pupils to the surrounding villages. hands on should be much emphasized when it comes to climate change.